Cardiff Weekender Coach Holiday
Park Inn by Radisson Cardiff**** This recently refurbished hotel is situated in the heart of the charming Cardiff City Centre. Adjacent to the Motorpoint Arena and just minutes from St. David's Shopping Complex, Cardiff Castle and the Millennium Stadium, this hotel's prime location allows for guests to enjoy a variety of nearby activities, such as sightseeing and shopping. The accommodation includes 146 quiet and spacious guest rooms, Dove bathroom amenities, Free Wireless High-speed Internet and al fresco dining on the terrace at RBG Bar & Grill.
We begin the weekend by travelling to Cardiff via Stratford upon Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon is a world class destination, the birthplace of William Shakespeare and its surrounding historic towns and countryside. Internationally renowned for the Royal Shakespeare Company, its iconic home the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the Shakespeare houses, five beautifully preserved Tudor homes and gardens, all directly linked with William Shakespeare and his family. As you arrive at your hotel, tea and coffee will be served whilst your bags are being whisked away to your room.
Today has been put aside for you to enjoy Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales' capital city offers spectacular shopping, museums, dining and entertainment. Easy to explore on foot you can visit the free National Museum Cardiff and spectacular Cardiff Castle all within the city centre. Top class entertainment is on offer at Cardiff Bay with its restaurants, waterside views and Wales Millennium Centre.
Today we travel through the Wye Valley National park to Monmouth, a contested borderland with more castles per square mile than anywhere else in the UK. Nestled between the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It's not just the stunning landscape that'll take your breath away. So will the majestic castles, dark starry skies, mountain climbs, fabulous food and 360° views. Then on to Ross-on-Wye, There's no mistaking Ross-on-Wye in south Herefordshire as a market town. St Mary's Church spire has shaped the skyline of Ross-on-Wye for over 700 years. We continue to Ledbury, Big enough to be bustling and vibrant, but small enough to keep a strong sense of community, Ledbury is a market town with a unique feel. Distinct from the other Herefordshire market towns of Bromyard, Ross-on-Wye, Leominster and Kington, at the centre of Ledbury is the Black and White Grade 1 listed Market Hall. Built in 1653 by the King's Carpenter John Abel - it is one of the finest examples in England.
After breakfast we depart our hotel for the journey home to Lincolnshire, with comfort stops enroute.
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